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Noga Photostudio offers model portfolios, portrait, interior & architecture photography.
               
  Noga Photostudio is a small friendly photographic business based in East London. Studio is run by a professional portrait photographer – Marcin Noga.        
         
 
               
   
NPS MODEL PORTFOLIOS & PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY is a photographic company run by Marcin Noga - professional portrait and fashion photographer. Marcin generally works from his home studio in Clapton (East London) and on location throughout UK and abroad.

NPS offers artistic and commercial portrait photography for professional promotion or personal use. We cover a wide range of different areas and styles of portrait photography, specializing in model portfolios. Our aim is to provide our clients unique, premium quality photographic images, post production and finishing solutions. Along with the highest degree of professionalism and reliability, values which come as standard with us, we can assure you of a friendly and personal service.

Since establishing Noga Photostudio in 2006, Marcin Noga has undertaken a broad range of commercial and private commissions and has worked with numerous clients including companies, non-profit organizations, publishers and a number of individuals.  Drawing on this broad and deep experience, Marcin has a track record of matching his creative vision to the project and client’s requirements.

MARCIN NOGA:

'Today I describe myself as a Londoner, but I was trained as photographer in Poland, where I staged my first exhibitions and won awards.

Various influences have made me the photographer I am today. London has boosted my confidence as an artist and opened my mind to different cultures. University training gave me not only professional photographic qualifications, but also a love for art and fashion. It means that I am up for all kinds of creative projects: I love using open spaces or characteristic interiors as my models surroundings.  I also seek out strange but creative spaces like workshops or magazines. However the feeling my models have about the space is most important for me.

When photographing people I always try to create images with a strong accent of my clients’ personalities. Photography is for me an art form that requires far more than practical skills or a point-and-shoot attitude. In my opinion one of the most important aspects of this profession is ability to see a subjective image of the photographed person before taking the actual photograph.

EXHIBITIONS:

I still see their faces | bAr Gallery |New York | 2003.

 

         
               
               

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